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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOUSING, OCTOBER 7, 1832.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
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K. A. IH'KNKTT,
Publisher and Pnmrietor.
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
oftlve pro e n t ge n era ti o n. It I for tha
fcureof thia diHegBe and its attendants",
P EPSIA, CONSTIPATION, PILES, eto that
TUTT'8 PILLS have'Rained a world-wide
reputation. N oRemed yjias ever "been
discovered thatacU bo gentiyjoajtKe
dilative orKanjsKivijnic thera vigor to a
almilata food. At a natural resultthe
Kervoua System la'Braced, the Muscles
are Developed, and the Body Robust.
Glillln nxicl Fovor.
B. RIVAL, a Hluntor at Hayou Sara, La ,aav.:
My plantation la In a maiarl&l district, rot
savaral ycara 1 could not make half a crop on
aooount of bilious) dlaeaaan and chtll). 1 waa
nearly discouraged whan I bngan tha uas of
TUTT'B WLLH The result was marvnloua:
tny laborora aoon barainn hearty and robust,
and I nave bad uo further truubia.
Th rllr thrnonril,lrr, flaivMi
lb lilwod from polaunnu tinman, nnd
rauae tli buarli to art naturally, with
out whirl, iioonron fr l Ht-ll.
Try Hi la mutely fairly, mill toii will train
h-ulth lltHilnn, Via; nroualt.Mlv, Pure
rllowtf, Mrang SmM, and a Hound Liver,
frins UlrnU. Olllr. 3.1 .tlurray at, N. V.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
(Imay nm fir VniK rhan1 loaOtomv
sli.anK by a miik'lr' application "f this l)YK. It
liii 'itr tM a nat iiral cil"ir, aid lot IriitafitnnmHuly,
Kold bv lirn:,;NM, ur ix ul by uprt-in on receipt
of OriK IMIar.
OfTifie, 3.1 Murray Street, New York.
(Or. Il irn Jf tXVA I. of luluablm
Information unrf tarnl Hrrriptm I
iit be ii !;. I rial . piii(oa(on,
The IUJ ami Murtliu
art- u-u-r imitated aiil cotiutt rtV :ui. Tliis
ia esptculiy true of it luiiuly uu'licinc, and
it i positive proof that the ttiiiciy iiniu
tel la of the hifijlit.'ht value. As soon us it
hud hei-n tt.'8tel ami proved hy the whole
world tli ft Hop Hitters was the purest, best
and i:iost vitluaMu lMiuily medicine on
earth, many imitations sprung up and be
gan to steal the notices in which the press
and people of the country had expressed
the merits tf II. B., and ia every way tryinir
to induce sulVerini; invalids to use their
stuft' instead, expecting to make money on
the cry) and l'ikkI nvnw of II. H. Many
BxprJ'!"'utl''' ""Strums put up in similar
)le to II. 15., with variously devised uames
"la which the word "Hop" or Hops"' were
used in a way to induce people to believe
they were the same as Hop Bitters. All
such pretended remedii or cures, no mat
ter what their style.nr name is, and es
pecially those with the word "Hop" or
"Hups" in their name or in any way con
nected with them or their name, are imita
tions or counterfeits. Beware of thenr
Touch none of them. Use nothing but gen
uine Hop Ititteis, with a bunch or cluster
ofreen Hops on the white label. Trust
nothing else. Prut-'tfists and dealers are
warned a,'aiust dealing in imitations or
A NOTEI HI T rNTtTI.KD WO.UAN.
V rum Ui ilMua
ilttr$, r.Mlorn .
The itlwTo Ij t""fl HkMifit of Mm. lyillaE. rink
ham, of I.ynn, Ma..,'hoaboTpalliiihi,r tinman beings
may bo truthfully callltlie ' Pear Krl nil .il Woman,"
Miiome of hr comapDnilenU lovotomll lu r, FUo
In nluUKly doTOtl to her work, which In I h outcome
of a llfi'itudyi and U oMIr'd to kwp alt lady
aJMlrtanta, to lulp htr anawcrtlip lanro oom-Jivndini,o
wliich dally pour In uimn hiT, r a.-h lvirini? Hh iHlal
btinU'n of ufforlmf, or Joy at rolrow from It. Hit
VtWtftbloComi'ound la iiKillrlnn for good and not
aril purponra. I hav iwrwrnnlly luvi-illtraled It and
ant aatlnflrd of th truth uf tliK.
On account of lt proven morltn, It 1 rof-oinmciidfd
and preacrllioil by tlicbcut pliyli-lnua In tho country.
Ouo anyai "It work! Uka a rliiuru and mm much'
pain. It will euro cntllvly Uic worst form of fallln
of 'ho utcrua, Iucorrlioa, liri'sular nnl painful
Mi nitniAtlon.all Ovarian TrouliK, lunaminatlon and
Ulceration, Klondlngs, all t)ilfwncn ami tha ami.
awpirnt pliml weak m, and la cspocuilly adapted to
It penncali a ovrry portion of thn aystrm, and Rivet
now Ufo and vltror. It n iiiovi faint now, fliitultii'-y,
riantmya all craving for tliiiuln.nt.i,nnd n llcvos weak
nom of tliortomiu h. It cuira lllnntlnif, Itondaclica,
Mcnrutia Prostration, Oom ral Dclilllty, Hlocph'sancm,
Doproiwlon and lndlgi nllon. That foclliiff of tx-arlnft
down.caunlngpaln, wolglit and tmrkm lic, la alwaya
pcrmannntly cured liy 1U u la will at nil tlm. n. and
undorall clrcumKtnncci, act In harmony with tho lnw
that governs tho female nyxtein.
Jt conta only l.por Mlloornlx fer i".,nnd la told lj
di uT(rliitn. Any advice reipilrcd it to hici Inl c:iacii, and
tho name of many who hnvo 1kcd rcstoa'd to pi'rfivt
health by tho into of tha Voti'tnMi' ('uiiipoiiinl, cun l
obtained byaildriwingMrar., with utiunpfor reply,
at her homo In Lynn, Ha.
For Kidney Complaint vttltlirrm thin compound U
UnKiuiarxeil as almndmit tat IiiioiUhIh allow.
" II m I'in'tihiim'K l iver I'llla," (iiiya one writer, "are
thtbnl i "in livii-M for tho euro of Conllatlon,
lIllluUHiieiM anil Tocpldlly of tho liver. Her Blood
Purlllur works womlvtn In lla apoelul lino and blda full
to an,u.al tlto Compound lu lt popularity,
All ffluat rcKiKi-t her aa an Angel of Morcy wlioao aolo
ambition la to doitood lo olhain,
l'hllnduliilila, l'a, )
a I and nure llm
Iniiif fui.rli'iu't in nurlnit li,eaMii or llm IIIimmT, NltTn and
lloiie.-Nerviiu IMilllty, I in nnli'Bey, ranl
Wrnloil'M, IJunorrhwa, Hynhlllllo Mcreurlal
AtTiwIlun iieeUlly Iprulcil oa n.Uiuiflo rlni'Hli,
Hh mi awl mini nomiUci, ( ill or writ tin Ul ot Uuu
lllltia In hit anawwpril hv lhita itnilrlntf IrpKlnipllt llV ttllOt
(I'tniHiMuavrlnt frina MuutanikuNiil Mnil Ihrlr ailitrm,
an4 learn iimriklna In Ihvlr aritantaw. ltliiotlru.
Aadnwa, IM. IIITTM, It a, Mih Ht, M. U.K
. MTAUUaUKia OVEIi TU1U1V YKAUav .
Bailroading in the West.
Now and then a chronic frrumblnr
from the Eastern Status finds hlmsell
Ktarrinn; as a tourist out west and leunis
that tliti purchasing power uf growls i
not limited In that stsction.
'Where do wo tako dinnnrP" fpieru
lously demanded such a character of a
conductor on the Northern Paeilic rail
road, traveling from Fargo to Bismark.
"At Jamestown," courteously replied
"Get there at midnight, I suppose,"
grunted the passenger.
"At 12:22,'' answered tho conductor.
"Can't you stop soiuowhcre and let
mo cct a cracker?"
"Not very well, sir. There are no
opportunities between hero and Jim
town." Finding himself treated in such ageu
tlemanly fashion, the tourist turned
loose and cursed the road from St. Paul
to Cilcndino Creek, and nfter (inishing
his dinner he took in the Puliith branch
and wound up with the officers and train
men, consigning tho whole business to
bitterness and wrath eternal. The con
ductor made every effort to pscify him,
but bis exertions only stimulated the
volume of abuse until the train stopped
"Can I see you a moment?" asked the
conductor, trking the tourist by the el
bow and leading him to the fpiadrangle
back of the Sheridan House. "You
don't seem to understand this railroad
system. Now, here's Duhith!" and ho
spanged tho tourist in .the left ce.
"And hern's St. Paul!" planting his list
in the other optic with terrible force.
"The two lines meet hero at Brain
erd!" which he mapped out on the bridge
of the passenger's nose. "Then the
trunk line runs along to Jimtown where
you get your dinner!" and ho brought
him a terrible one in the mouth. "From
there to Bismark is only a short run!"
planting a crusher in tho victim's chin,
"and there you are!" landing him in a
niu 1 puddle, doubled up liko a stomach
ache, and howling for mercy. "You
will noti. e that tho vigilant officials are
carefully scanning all points of the
road!" and he matched up and down
his protrate student, who was now yel
ling for help.
" hat s tho inciter, Jim. inquired
a friend, whose attention had been at
tracted by the controversy.
"Showing a bloke the advantage of
our railroads over the eastern outfit,"
replied the conductor. "They never
explain things where ho lives, and I'm
fixing it for him so ho won't feel like
grumbling another timo he travels over
our line. Wait till I point out the dif
ference between the school sections and
the railroad grant!"
But the tourist had eeled out of the
puddle and gained the office of the hotel
to the disgust of tiie conductor and
his friend, w ho were prepared to display
all the attractions of the country, rather
than see a stranger depart dissatisfied.
If a man wants to be abusive in that
part of the republic, he wants to write
out his views and mail 'em to his fam
ily. Careless expressions are very apt
to pan disagreeable explanations.
One of the nuisances of this city, says
a New York letter in tho Rochester
Peiiiot-rAt, is its cats, and yet experience
proves that they are a necessary evil.
Jhey have made Trinity churchyard
their midnight resort and the sexton
would bo glad to expel them, but that
is impossible. They are kept in most
of our public buildings as a protection
against rats, which are so very destruc
tive. Walking into the Treasury lately
I noticed a line-looking cat, and in re
ply to an inquiry the janitor said they
bad procured two, one of each sex, and
were determined to keep up the breed.
Tho cat and kittens, he said, wero less
trouble than the rats. I asked him how
the latter could get into a stone build
ing which has not a crack and where
sewer communication is broken by
"traps." Oh, said he, I can t tell how
they gut in, but I saw one at least enter
a basement window in broad daylight.
As sdon as he was inside he could hido
among tho boxes and piles of paper.
The batiks have the same trouble, which
is much worse in the postollice, where
ouch supplies of food are found in the
bags and leather pouches. One might
suppose tho postollice to be rat proof,
and yet these animals have become a
perfect nuisance there. Hence the item
of disbursement for "cat feed" which is
so regularly audited by the department
at Washington. Cat meat is also a
specialty in our markets. SpeakiDg of
cats, it may bo mentioned as a curious
omission that this animal is not men
tioned in the Bible, while the dog is so
frequent. This is tho more remarkable
since the cat was an object of worship
in a country where Israel was held in
bondage for 400 years.
European Beggars. '
An American journalist, Mr. Forney,
now travelling in Europe, thus describes
the beggars of that country:
The moment nn American is seen in
London ho is known and is seized and
speculated on. At every street-crossing
you are beset by importunities from tho
If you get into a cab, a ragamuffin
tears open tho door ami pushes out a
dirty hand for pay, and if you drive to
a station, you tiro sure to find a beggar
waiting thereto levy contributions on
you. The janitor at the Museum, the
guide at the show castles, the conduc
tor on the railroads, are all candidates
for the shilling.
Tho street paupers of the French cap
ital are few; the vice of driuk does not
turn nicti into fiends and tho women in
to slaves; and tho habit of economy in
the little aid to the work-peoplo makes
that little go far lu promoting their
cleanliness rilid self-respect.
lint tho beggars of Italy. Heaven
save tho mark what u set they are!
Hard times seem to have made them
harder, dirtier and more repulsive. Tho
very Italian children are taught to so
licit alms before they can syllable pray
The priests Implore you for. sequins
In the cathedrals and churches, the crip
ple holds out his palsied hand, the
leper exposes his hideousnoss, llie cotv
suniptivo looks from her dying eyes-
all for money; and when you deolino
thev hurl their bitter enithofs after Votl.
This curso is exceptionally scarce In
tiermany, and In bwitzoriana it u rap
Idly passing away.
Moniiob, Mich., Sept. 25, 187.1.
Sins I have been tuking Hop Bitters
for inflammation of kidneys and bladder.
It has dono for mo what four doctors failed
to do. Tho effect of Hop Bitters seemed
like magic to mo. W. L. Cahtkk.
A Pointod Joke.
A certain Oregon professor was a
very fatherly sort of a man. particularly
toward his young lady pupils. When
ever a young lady would ask a question
he would plaeo his hand lovingly on her
head, and make considerable more fuss
than was necessary. Of course the girls
Eot tired of this, and conspired to break
im of his fatherly proclivities. Ono
of them hifr upon a plan. She fixed up
a nice little pincushion, had the pins in
serted so that they would stand on their
heads, points upward, and then adjust
ed the infernal machine on top of her
head covering it with just enough of
her hair to hide it from view. This
done, she left her sent during tho ses
sion, walked demurely up to tho pro
fessor's desk, stood a moment in his
august presence, and then, in a meek
and plaintive tone of voice, she asked
him for tho information as to whether
Washington crossed the Delaware on
tho ice or on horseback when ho left
Trenton. He raised his hand over her
head and soothingly replied,
"Why, my dear child "
We'll" have to end his senteneo there,
for the balance of tho exclamation was
a sort of half howl, half whoop, which
we can neither write nor print. Just as
he said "child," he lowered his hand
caressingly, but forcibly, upon the
crown of the girl's head, and the whole
surface of his extended palm felt tho
tickling and exhilarating sensation of a
couple dozen of pin points.
The Idaho Springs in Tennessee are
thus described: "Within a radius of
twenty-live feet are found about six dif
ferent kinds uf water, which are well
kr.own for their curativo properties.
They are the white, black and red sul
phur, iron, alum and soda, all used and
much liked by the visitors." They aro
as versatile as a firat-cluss soda fount
ain. Father of Diseases.
Constipation has been called the father
ot diseases, therefore it should not be re
garded as a trifling ailment. It is quite
as necessary to remove impure accumula
tions from the bowels as it is to eat or
sleep, and no health can bo expected
where a costive habit of body prevails.
Take a half-tablespoonful of Simmons
Liver Regulator after each meal, the bow
els will be gently moved without griping
or nausea as naturally as if no medicine
had been taken. Regularity in taking the
medicine daily will soon effect a perma
Never Give Tp.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, or any disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to'
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, aud henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Harry W.Schuh. (J)
Ni'itsiNo mothers gain strength by using
Brown's Iron Bitters. It acts like a charm
in restoring to health and strength over
Nothing liko "Lindsey'ft Blood Searcher"
for all skin diseases, tetter, salt rheum, itch,
etc. It never fails.
The Howe scale took first premium at
Philadelphia, Paris, Sydney, and other ex
hibitions. Borden, Selleck ifc Co., agents,
St. Louis. (5)
Ask your physician and Im will tell you
that for all tonic properties which strength
en and invigorate, there is nothing known
in tho vegetable kingdom equal to hops.
They are a potnincnt ingredient in Hops
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are y ou disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth ? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relievo the poor little sufferer immediately
--depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
pbjvit iansnnd nurses in tho United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
Allen's Brain Food positively cuies nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. l. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Scud for circular to Allen's
Phaunacy, 1JI5 First Ave, N. Y, Sold in
Caira by Barclay Bros
Personal ! To MruUnly!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Klei tio
Voltaic'lielts and Electric Applieaiiee o i
trial for thirty days to ineu (young of old)
who are afllictod with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy niid complete
restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad
dress as above, N. li No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial U allowed.
U A I A ft ' i iti I A A
: tT rj f j i t?"
A Now ami i;iinpiuia HnUil, fronting ou l.ovm
ocujiiu uuu ituiirouu DireuiB,
Tb Pannineer I)i not of thu Chimin). .St. I.oula
an'' .tow Orleana: Illlnola Oiitral; Wabash, M.
Louia ana rariiic; i, on Mountain and Noiuhurri,
Mobile anil Ohio: Cairo aud .St. Louia Kullwava
are all Jimt acroas tho alreitt: while tho Steamboat
Landing ia hut one milium dlatunt,
This Hotel la healed hv atcam. hua atenin
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevulor, Electric full Nolle.
Automatic Klre-Alurma, Hatha, absolutely pure air.
porlect sewerage and tomplntu appolmuiontH.
Superb ftirnishlui5H; perfect aurvlcc; anil an un
I j. P. PA UK Kit .V ( !()LoasneH
O E .
" FRANK TOOMKY,
aoest roa the rams op
Baxter steam exuinE
Cult' Disc Entfino
and Marine Engines
FXUIXKS A SPECIALTY.
FA KM EXUINKS, MACHINISTS'
TOOLS, MAC AIM
STEAM . PUMPS
OF ALL KINDS, BKLTINd,
Pulleys and General Supplies).
No. 1.11, North Tlilnl .Struct, e
TR. K LINE'S GREAT
CvJ Nekve Restorer
XjSt " Iikiin AMiNr.iaa
ni9in. Oxi. M HE I I I ' roll NKHYK AriKII
nn.Mi.Kiiy.liii.Kisv.et.' INKAI.I.IIII.K if taken
ii din.'t'il. iVirWi'iVr zir.l ' mm1. Trratwi
trial Mlli' fr.. to l it t .t liny ?iii mprmia
'tiri:.'iiiii lii'X.wliiirerirvil. Si'iel nmtivn.r o and
..tl.r.'tioi'1'lr.'oof n'lli.'l.'.l In (IK.K I.INK.'XII Arvh
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS "wLii
Itlood. and ill (miiiili.elycliarme tho blond in t h o en
tire ayal em in tliriMitiinntlia. Any pornon who will lake.
1 iilllaach nielil from 1 to IV weekamny bo rentored
toKounil hnallh, If fiii'li a tliiiiu be ponmhlii. Kulilcv
crrwhorn, or sent bvniail for H letter slnmps. I. rl.
JOUNHOM A Co., Ilostun, Muss., formerly Imi'tur, Mo.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
and other BO'al Indian
w ii.ii nii.u
lllihtara, Meouif, liuiitem anil
Kliiliton. Tlirllllna Advan
tureaon the Plalnal Grand IMMaloHuntal Fiht
with Indlanal Ufsrenua Anvemursui narrow
Eaoaprsl Wondorful Bliootlnd anu ltming.
Wild Life in the Far West.
()na lluudrvd lilmiiauuiul Hm"n Jj uU-yaaaColor-
id Plateat flranilnt Book for Ai nut Outaalla Hvary
tlllllKl Kndonii'd hv lien. Merrill, IIiiHhIo Kill, mil I'll)"
lleroei. ar No Cnmpntltloul ts pair, prim iil.'o
I'anviiiiliiK Outfit AHuta.,lunii'aomiom'y. lllualmU'U I'll
inan ,-roa. v rnv at liner lor airenrv to
HISTORICAL PUtiUSHlNQ COMPANY,
i f rv. M.t Hieeer, r-o . I .ont
Uy J. w. bUtL,
Author of "Bordor dutlawa,"-" Metropolitan tiff
OLD BOOKS. ITSTS
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lri.ll,ii,a nt all kl...unr Tin . n n
8ILVEK and EEED liutrumeoU, together
tlili full initructiona for forming BaniTa, dl-
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WHAT and HOW to pnrchaaej term, for
told or a Iymi nun.,.. a.. ,,...
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Lend, If doalred, our Bund and OrcKutra
THE K00T A SONS MUSIC C0..CHICAG0.IU
Reasons Why they aro Preferred lo All
Other Vorout Vlaster or External
norauis they poaaeaa all tha merit Of tha
atreugtliening porous plaster, and contain in ad
dition thereto the newly discovered powerful and
active vegetable combination which acta with lu
creased rubefacient, etlmulatuig, ledutiva tad
counter Irritunt effects.
Becauao they are a genuine pharmaceutleal prep,
oration, and bo recognized by the protection.
Becauie they aro tho only plaatert that relievo
jjtm at once.
llecaiio they wlllpoaitivelycurediaeaaet which
other remedies will not even relieve.
Because over 61M phyalciana and drupeleta bavn
voluiiUrily teelifled (but they are superior to all
other planter or medicines lur external use,
P,eci nso the manufacturers havo received lb
only medals ever given for porous plasters.
Benson's Capcine Ports Plaster!
SEABURY Sl JOHNSON,
Manufacturing Cbemlats, New York.
AMJH K KKMEDYATIaANT. Prica Wlcta.
MEAD'S Medicated CORN ind BUNION PLASTffw
rNJECTION. la annaltlvn euro rbrall Blariharu-aa
Stluk-ioir. ginartlng und Gainful Benaatioos or the
Git O t Per bottle, For aal6 by all drufr-
V I, V V j,0 n ann. hu A.
I eei ptofTriro. JOHN D. PARK fc B0N8.
1 17ft and 177 Sycamore 8t. CINCINNATI,
1)1110. flense meutiun this paper.
617 St. Charles Street, ST, LOUIS, M0.
A t asular O-rmluota of two meillenl
rolleKe, baa been luiik'i r eiiiiHiied In the trent
ni. -nl of 'hronir., Nrvouait lkin mul
Klotut libelees than anv other lib vslelan 111
fl. I.ouh, us city p,ier snow nmi all old resi
dents know. Coiinilutlnn at olllee or by ninll.
1'iee aud Invited. A I'rl Ilv talk or bin opinion
cols notliliiir. hei) It Islneiinveiilelittovlslt
1 lie elty fur treutiiii ut. tiled lelne can bo sent
by n i rt 1 1 or express everywhere, (nnilile caen
inirniiteeil j w ln re doubt exists 11 lu frankly
i.iuti.1. tailor Write.
Kervoin Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Wcaknnss, Mercurial and other
aflectiouiui iiKuat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Speoial
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Discasos arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Im ielf.evbleiit thill n phyleliin pnylliK
purtleiihir alleiilloii to h elu-s oIoiwh nltnlna
i: i.'iit k 1 11. im. I 1 1 1 1 v KielaiiK III remilnr pnietle
all over the country kimwlun t lil. Ireipiently
r 1 1 1 1 rli 1 1 1 1 eues lo llie nldil c.lllco in Aiuerlea,
where every known appliance Is resorted to,
mid the pror.Ml irnoit i nod i-aa of alt
HIM ', ami eoiinti les lire useil. A w bole Iioiiha Is
iieil liirolllee pun"e4, niid nil are treated wllll
skill In a resieeti'ul innniier: and. knowlnii
vthiit lo ijo. noexperl nienls nro ninde, Oiiae
eoiuit of the kirent niilnlier applvlnir, the
cblirseH are kept low. often lower t ll 111) Is
iliniiiinlfil bv ollieis If you Hieure the nkl'l
and u-et a speedy ami pei l'eel lii, i nip, Hint Is
the Important mailer. Pamphlet, lit) ptiKes,
sent lo liny uddreis free.
plates.! MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages.
I'lcmint rlotti and biM MinlliKT Healed for SO
ri'iilM ill pixlune or eurrein y. Over lllly won-
i.erlul pen plelures, li ne lo life ui'l li lo on llm
ollo Init milieets. W ho inn) marry, who not;
vhv'f Proper nue to niarrv. Who marry first,
jlanbooil, Wothii'iliixei, Phvleal decay. Who
.j 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 n'ar.'V. Mow life inel happlnos may Ik;
Jner. a nl. Tlio.e mari'led or eonleinhliitiliir
liiai iu Inif slionld read It. it oiiulit to be read
bv nil adult pei-Hiiis, I Inn kept under lock niid
I. "v. i'opuhir i.il 1 1 Imi. same ns iihnve, but paper
rover ami Votl pimes, iiciuU by uiull, lu moueJ'
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In le(ltlmate Judicious speculation In Oram, Pro
vlHlona and Htockaon onr perfected plan, yields
sure monthly prottts to larie and email luve.tors.
Adilrea. for full particulars, K. K. Kendall A Co,
Cora'n MurcUsnta, 1T7 4 17U La Halle at, Chicago III
tlon. address tha Dean of the American Medical
Colieite, 8t, Louia. Oeo C. Pltzer, M. D.,U10
Chauibera street, 61. Louia, Mo.
YOlINfi VVN Ifyouwanlto oarn Telcgr.
1 JUjII pby ina rcwniontha, undbe
certain of a situation, address Valentine Ilrolhera,
ADVEHTISEUHbyaddrofsIng OEO. P. Ki
EI,L 4 tO , 10 Spruce street, Dew York,
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lUAril lllH HYUClCDSl. of UIIV l.innna.ll lino .,1' k.lu,.,.
tlalng In American newHoapcrs. ijrit0-pai;o
N K H' A I) V E III I H H M E N T8 .
WOUTII feENDJNa FOR.
Pr. J. H.SCIIENfK, of Pbilailoljihlo baa pnb
lisbeil a book on ')seasea of thu Lungs and flow
They Can be Cured, " which Is oll'ered free, post
paid, loall applicants. It contains valuable Infor
mation for all who siippOHu themselves allllcted
with, or liabiu to, any diseusea of tho throat or
longs. Address Dil. J. . htll EN't'K & HON
lino Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. I. O. Bjx i'SiU.
JAS()N & IIAMLlJ
fX)(1 TCtaro cu'liiitily heat, having been
IIiItA i ilucrcod ul every rrettt world's
vijiiiiiw, I ,r , tomnelitloi) for ell-
teen yours; no other Anierlciu nrirntia bavinir been
lonnd equal at any. A Iso cheapest. Style UK): .'Pi
octaves ; suinclent compass iiud power, w lln heel
tiiality. for popular sacrtol bihI secular music m
at bools or I'uiuiiles, nt only frft. One hundred oth
er -tvlcs at r,7. J'i'i. $.!, 478, $'J:i, ll, $114 lo
J.iih' and up. 1 lie lari;r stj lea are wholly unri
valed by any other organ. Also for easy pay
ments. New llln-f rated catalogue free.
Ijf t T V. V' h;a to 1 1 any have c'ircnienced
I J l I 1,'h- imintifacture 01 upright trrand
Pianos. IntroduciiiL' important
improvements; adding to the power nd beauty of
tone and durability. Will nol renulre Mini n K ono-
qunrter as much as other Pianos, lilusiratod Cir
The MASON & HA VLIN Organ and Piano Co.,
IM Tremont t. llostou; 16 E 1 lib St., Mew York;
li!) Wabash Ave ,t hlcago.
jNothliitf in (.'' worltt funul u. ii l.ii Urn
w cure o( fc
i Ktci, Mvrourlal IMifMci, Ctrrh. l-oti of
AppftKe, lmal Complatou. iini ill ttluod
Miia-'!. It Mvr tmiU. All 'IrutuliU incl
etmoiry turn- kLiwrt well It. R. K. Mpllon
to,, rr ritUlitirtth. ver? run lie.
I'ENXSVLVAXIA Mihtury ACADEMY
CiHKaTEIt. 41st yu.ir opens Scplemlier l.Jth.
'New Duildliigs. Siiperinr iiccoiiimoiliitiotis.
Appointments complete. Fngllsb, tollinlat'),
th icul, Civil KtiineeriPK co irses. Degrees
Conlerrod. Apply to W. P. Hallidny. Ksii., palron
Cairo, 111., or to COL. TIIEO. HYATT, Prust.
Cliilw. oilers thn surest means of making rem) lur irrnni lily
profits in mi luvmliuviiwiif liitoliJUoriiioruiliiiiKin
l-aeh us'inls'r irets tiie IsMieiii of coml until iiinl of Hit)
Club. 10 to Kifl mr cent. Dividends paid Inonllily, Ho
portaof o'ral ions sent raieli menilier. Elian's IOeacti,
rilit'in ible, uonaer4il'lo, inntttinil'le. A rt'lialiie cor
pwiiiident wanl"l ill every town. Bis-cial Indiicinents.
ExplanatorvCirciiliirseiit frvc. Aibln It. K. Kt.NUAii
it Co., 1" ii Hi) Lariuilo St., CHlOAliO, ll.U
Or EVEItT KIKO CHEAPER THAR EVEB.
Rifles, Shot Ouiih, Ilpvolvers, Ammunition,
Fishing Trickle, Solm-s, Nets, Knlvea,
Kaiora, Hlintps, llanimocks, olc.
Larffi lllustrntetl Cotaloguo FHKE.
jTVc 1 cl raaaaaj
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED I Ladlos and Ocntlcmen, toenirapfj
with lis lo noil several Useful Household
Articles, rroflta litrRo Labor la light.
K.xcluslvri territory Klvrn. No compotltdon.
Terms liberal. Circulars FKEE. Adilrosii
Hew III llauulucl'K Co., Box HUH, Pittsburfrh, Pa.
Swetlisb Insect Powder Killn
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN.
It will thoroughly oxtcrrafnato Roaches, Ants,
Bed Bus, Klt'rts, Lire, Tobacco anil CottotiWorms,
Moth, elc. It Isaitfo, sure, rlonnly and cheap. It
will nut poison uultnuls or fowls. Samplo pnclc
Hues by mull ;i0 cents, post-paid. Stamps taken.
Circulnra tree. Airenta AVonted. Address,
J. II. JOHNSTON, Pittabnreh, Pa.
llflof all kinds for sale very cheap.
I Hf Catalogues free. Adiiress, RICHARD
HI HULL 4 Cl BOX 868, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Electric Appliances are sent on 30 0Sy' Trial,
TO MM ONLY, YCUN3 OR OLD,
"Wftio ant sutferln from Nanvotia Dkhility,
y Lost Vitality, I.ck or Nkkvm Koaea ,sd
Viuok, W asTinii Vkknksks, and all those dlseaaes
of a I'khsunaIi Natuiiv resiiltlntf froiu AarsKs and
otiikh I'Ai sKS. Speedy relief nn 1 complete r.-lo.
ration of II KAi.rii.vinoi'i and Manhood tie arantskd.
The undent discovery of fhe Ninereeuth Century,
bend nl oneo tor Illustrated rumphlet tree. Addrvaa
VCITAIO BELT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
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